International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part A (2017)
What practice at school can modify the hesitant, inexpressive, and unresponsive behaviour of the new entrants in primary school: An action research
The present study aimed to find out causes and practices to eliminate severely hesitant, inexpressive and unresponsive behavior among newly admitted first class students. In the year 2016 four students enrolled in first class at Govt. Elementary school Lalyana, Cluster Kuftu, Block Kandaghat, Dist. Solan, Himachal Pradesh. Three out of the four students were hesitant, inexpressive and unresponsive to a severe degree. It was the challenging situation teacher encountered in the last 15year’s teaching experience. All the four students were in great problem. It was very interesting that all of these students were normal at home as their parents claimed. But it was evident that something is really going bad with them or within them. Then, it was decided to explore reasons and methods to resolve the problem. The information pertaining to students collected was analyzed and interpreted. Strategies/ interventions were framed on the basis of the findings. The systematic plan was prepared to implement the strategies or interventions. At the end of the academic session, subjects showed significant progress. Gradually they become friendly and started to come near the teachers. They started to visit the school with smiling face. They started to speak in the class. They started to express their thoughts and complain mischievousness of other students. They started to follow instructions and laugh in the class. They began to work in groups and participate in games.
How to cite this article:
Sanjay Kumar. What practice at school can modify the hesitant, inexpressive, and unresponsive behaviour of the new entrants in primary school: An action research. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(4): 30-34.